The battery electric vehicle (BEV): Why mass adoption is inevitable, yet elusive

Tierr@_de_N@die: When the tipping point will be reached? When the whole industry will reach the point from which it will not be longer interesting to manufacture ICE cars?

The point at which a battery can match ICE for cost parity is forecast to be in the range of USD100 to USD80 per (kWh). This assumption, combined with assumptions on energy density improvement, will then put the OEM in a position to install a 100kWh battery pack, provide total system power of between 250 and 300 hp and offer in the region of 500 miles of range.

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